The award winning singer and actress will return to the Wilton’s Music Hall from the10th to the 21st April. 

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Following her sold-out shows in 2017, the singer returns to the hall with her circus themed show The Carny Dream and she is considered to be one of the country’s most celebrated artists.

The Irish singer has a reputation for her unique  interpretations of the narrative songs of Nick Cave, Brel, Tom Waits, David Bowie, Radiohead and more, since emerging from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 14 years ago with her own show.

The Carny Dream sees Camille O’Sullivan inspired by the strange, magical, dark and light world of Circus and dreams, asking herself ‘where are you now and what did you dream?’.

In 2017 the singer took The Carny Dream show across the UK, selling out the Union Chapel in London, and recorded the CD Camille Sings Brel live at Wilton’s Music Hall. She also performed as part of the show Jim Jarmusch Revisited and appeared in the theatre production of Woyzeck In Winter, both at The Barbican Centre. As well as that, Camille toured Australia with a show she created with Paul Kelly and then created her new show for the Edinburgh Festival, ‘Where Are We Now?’. She also performed in front of the President of Ireland at The Aras and at the 50th birthday of The Pogue’s Shane McGowan, alongside Nick Cave, Johnny Depp, Bono and Cerys Matthews.

She has also won numerous awards including the prestigious Helpmann Award for her Sydney Festival shows ‘Changeling’ and a Best Music Award at Brighton Festival, Dublin and Melbourne Festivals and a Spirit of the Fringe at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Camille O’Sullivan: The Carny Dream will take place at Wilton’s Music Hall from the 10th to the 21st April. For more information and to book tickets visit: https://www.wiltons.org.uk/whatson/416-camille-o-sullivan-the-carny-dream

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